To be honest, my Figlets have got absolutely nothing to do with the Max Factor Colour Intensifying Balms but they were on their last day before having to go the way of Tangerina and Benezesty (sorry if you’re new to BBB and don’t have a clue what I’m talking about!) so I thought I’d better get them shoot ready. Cute, though, aren’t they?
Max Factor have done the thing that beauty bloggers dread – put the names of the product on the lids only, so once they’re off, and you haven’t noticed, it’s an impossible job to reunite them – even the Figlets were screaming. So, I’m afraid that’s what’s happened here. I’d only be guessing if I tried to put names to colours, so I won’t even have a go!
I can tell you though that these are beautiful textures – truly balmy, with enough colour that they’ll double as a lipstick-lite. They’re also rather sheeny which personally, I love, and an instant comfort hit to the lip. There’s no waxy feel to them at all.. they’re right at home and melty as soon as they get onto your mouth, so if you need an extra moisture boost from your lip products, then I’d have no hesitation in recommending Max Factor Colour Intensifying Balms. You can build them up to a bigger intensity, but you will get a good smack of colour in one swipe.
They all smell a bit generically vanilla but it doesn’t seem to – thankfully – last on the lip. They’re £8.99 each but on a 3 for 2 at Boots HERE.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
The Max Factor Colour Intensifying Balms are such an easy wear – not a slip of stickiness and a lovely colour burst. The Figlets love them.
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